In an age of resentment, in which enrages of all types pullulate
like maggots in a fisherman's tin, all you have to do is broadcast the addresses of people whose opinions you don't like.
Self-descriptive passages like "Tcheque a Prague, Italien a Milan, Bresilien a Sao Paolo, Cubain a La Havane" pullulate
significantly in this hotchpotch of a volume.
Consultation of some of the good literary reviews establishes that they shy away from these features that, however, pullulate
in New Poets: local color as theme rather than possible armature; ars poetica ("this is what a poem is [and I'm doing it]"); direct autobiography; exhortations; repetitions of poems that have gone before; essayistic philosophy; palavering and blathering; unneeded vocabulary; poetasting; bad usage; expressive or lexical cuteness, including excessive coining; open-faced political or social messages.
Looking at it, we can understand why Andre Breton credited Moreau with teaching him all he knew about love, though for my tastes this example is a little too much the "clinging woman" of divorce court legend (and late 19th-century art and literature pullulates
with similarly vampiric women): She's latched onto Oedipus's body like a bug, glued precariously, as though she's about to come unstuck any minute.
Behind the facade of Ivy League blue blazer respectability, maggoty horror pullulates
, and that goes double if your dad is top military brass, or if you admire William F.
In other words, Calvino and Klee strive to put into colours and words the invisible existence that pullulates
amongst its visible counterpart.